The MAECO Cars.
We work on the most wonderful cars ever built -- from
the monsters of the sixties and seventies, from Ford, Chevy, and Shelby.
We service the sharpest street cars in California and
we restore, build, and race-prepare the fiercest competition cars in the Southwest.
Below are some of our favorites...
The Shelby GT350
They're all alike and they're all different, too. The
quintessential big bore road racer from the sixties. MAECO specializes in tweaking
these beautiful beasts into race-winning rides.
The first -- and arguably the best --
of the pony cars. The affordable performance fantasy ride, for the street or the track.
This pristine Boss
Mustang is an original Bud Moore Ford Factory TransAm race car, serial number 01. It was
originally driven by George Follmer and Parnelli Jones.
Chevy's answer to the Mustang started
the argument that became Trans-Am racing and continues today.
Perhaps the most competitive race
series of all time was the SCCA's professional Trans-American racing. It's the series that
continues today, both in a vintage format and a contemporary format. We have participated
Michael Eisenberg's Camaro leads Fred
Galloway's '69 Penske-Donohue Camaro and Tomy Drissi's ex-Dick Guldstrand Camaro in the
Trans-Am race at the Tustin Thunder Road Races.
A number of MAECO Motorsport prepped Trans-Am cars were invited to participate in
the Tribute to Trans-Am held at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
Click here for
a collection of photos from the restoration of the 1971 Trans Am
Championship winning Javelin restored by MAECO Motorsport.
Beautiful and super-fast, too. The
Beach Boys liked the Vettes, and so do the ladies.
The Shelby Cobra & the
Contemporary Cobra Replica
King of the beasts. Carrol Shelby
started something that just won't go away. They don't make 'em like that anymore -- but
you can. The best kit car in the world.
The Sunbeam Alpine & Tiger
This just shows that MAECO can do it
all. Even British cars can be made fast and reliable.